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    Here's a very good discussion (and video) of the...

    Here's a very good discussion (and video) of the rein back by Michael Poulin and Lilo Fore at the 1993 USDF Dressage symposium, with the late Boleem. Just speed through the beginning stuff, it's the...
  2. If you go WAY back to dressage icon Klimke in his...

    If you go WAY back to dressage icon Klimke in his wonderful book "Basic Training of the Young Horse"... a ton of schooling was doing cross training in jumping.

    Today, many people skip this...
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    I guess I'm not understanding the "school"...

    I guess I'm not understanding the "school" hault...that's a peculiar term, thus my silly comment using my imagination what that might mean. Though I have not looked at your link.
  4. As Jim Kofford said to me as have other u/l...

    As Jim Kofford said to me as have other u/l dressage masters who have passed through my farm..."We all started out as hunter riders or trail riders"...that was a real eye-opener. ;)

    Don't...
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    I hope it doesn't mean running them into a...

    I hope it doesn't mean running them into a wall...:lol: (though walls can be an aid).
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    I switched my dogs from Instinct to Acana...

    I switched my dogs from Instinct to Acana Grasslands several months ago. It is fantastic feed. You should look at their website.
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    God love him, he said "But I can hold it"...just...

    God love him, he said "But I can hold it"...just cracked me up.
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    Haa...that video with the child was taken in my...

    Haa...that video with the child was taken in my indoor. He's 4 years old.

    His Mom put my tripod on top of my sprinker system pressure tank, locked on the camera, so all he had to do was follow...
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    Yes, a tripod (with adjustable legs to get the...

    Yes, a tripod (with adjustable legs to get the right height), works great.
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    This is so true. An earlier poster said...

    This is so true. An earlier poster said something to the effect that the Koch Brothers (Charles and David) hold more power than either party. Far left media nonsense.

    If that was the case...
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    Don't you know that when someone doesn't agree...

    Don't you know that when someone doesn't agree with me I think they are being vitriolic? :lol:;)

    I'm a horseman, after all.:lol:
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    Obviously I'm out of my element with the reponses...

    Obviously I'm out of my element with the reponses here. Sometimes the vitriol, when trying to open a discussion, is frightening.

    I'll go back to my cave now. :(
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    The President veto -- Keystone pipeline.

    I'm so sorry to our great Canadian neighbors/friends...and for our country too to continue to depend on oil from countries who hate us.

    It could have been great for the U.S., Canada, taxpayers and...
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    I felt the way you did back in the winter of 1993...

    I felt the way you did back in the winter of 1993 - 94. Massive ice storms all winter with horses stuck in for weeks as it never thawed and just kept building up everywhere. Plus I had mares, foals...
  15. :lol::lol: What ever level ridden, or even...

    :lol::lol:

    What ever level ridden, or even potential, a good plan for preventative care/managing (that was the operative word in the OP's subject line)...every horse deserves the basics (I listed...
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    As I recall Wallstreet Kid had one. I believe he...

    As I recall Wallstreet Kid had one. I believe he was the high scorer at his 100DT. Kid was a was a very successful Hanoverian stallion with many successful offspring, primarily in the hunter ring. ...
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    Wallstreet Kid always seemed to throw big...

    Wallstreet Kid always seemed to throw big offspring. He has passed and I'm not sure if he was ever frozen.
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    But their commission is very high. One of my...

    But their commission is very high. One of my oldest horse friends also works there. But I haven't consigned with them for years.

    Personally, I've done well with Ebay, but that was quite awhile...
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    I think navy is uber classy!! :yes:

    I think navy is uber classy!! :yes:
  20. 1) Best vet 2) Best farrier 3) Best dentist...

    1) Best vet
    2) Best farrier
    3) Best dentist (annually, though some youngster and oldies may need 6 months temporarily
    4) GLC 5500
    5) MSM
    6) Properly fitting saddle and bit(s)
    7) Lots of turnout...
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    Though I wasn't thinking about it my when I...

    Though I wasn't thinking about it my when I posted, Boleem may be a good match. He has Doruto in his bloodline (TRAK) but had a temperment to die for. While he was USET long listed dressage...
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    Argosy is a non-fading black. All babies have...

    Argosy is a non-fading black. All babies have minimal white...maybe a small star and some white coronets behind. Most of his have been black or dark bay with minimal white. The very rare chestnut...
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    Sweet PDZ is a much better choice. Lime can be...

    Sweet PDZ is a much better choice. Lime can be hard on a newborn foal's lungs unless you have ton of straw bedding on top. In the old days I did use lime, before the advent of PDZ as that is all we...
  24. Thread: Foam vs. wool

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    Don't get me wrong. My horses LOVED and worked...

    Don't get me wrong. My horses LOVED and worked well in the Devoucouxs...until the foam turned into a hard pancake. :lol:
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    In that case, I would keep in mind that in the...

    In that case, I would keep in mind that in the majority of cases (in my experience) the mare has a tremendous influence on the offspring's attitude and behavior (learned behavior)...beyond the...
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